|James Jamerson Mix - Uptown Ruler|
This episode is dedicated to one of the BADDEST bassists to ever walk the earth, Mr. James Jamerson. Part of Motown Records' famed Funk Brothers, Jamerson was a crucial element of the hit making machine at Motown in the 1960s. Jamerson had a beautiful, melodic tone that provided a sweet and deep bottom that made so many songs so rewarding to listen to. Jamerson started out as a jazz musician in Detroit, and due to his talents, he was frequently called in for sessions of soul music in Detroit's g...
Keywords: James Jamerson Motown soul funk Uptown Ruler
|The Bill Vitt Interview Part II......|
The Jake Feinberg Show
Keywords: Keystone Encores; Jimmy Cliff; Motown; James Jamerson; Gaylord Birch; Cow Country; Jerry Garcia; Merl Saunders
|The El Wayno Loco Show : We Has Your Bass Covered/The Bass Is The Base - El Wayno Loco|
Something completely different in this podcast of The El Wayno Loco Show; all the songs in this program were selected on basis of their bass! This time the spotlight shines on songs with great bass riffs. The first hour or so focuses on the work of the amazing James Jamerson, charter member of The Funk Brothers (aka Motown's house band). After that, we throw the door wide open for more songs that have great bass lines...
Keywords: James Jamerson; The Funk Brothers; Motown; Songs with great bass lines; great bass riffs; Dave Swift; Jools Holland and His Rhythm and Blues Orchestra; The El Wayno Loco Show; EWL Show; Show number 104
|Music Calgary Podcast #3 - Corey Milner|
We produce a weekly podcast dedicated to promoting musicians and music industry people in Alberta. In this episode we interview local R & B and Motown music mainstay Gary Martin. We discuss the early days of R & B, the halcyon days of the Toronto music scene, and the new Funk Brothers Jr. music program. If you are in the Calgary area check out Gary Martin and The Heavenly Blues every Saturday and Sunday at The Bowness Hotel and every Sunday evening at Kitt's on 16th.
Keywords: The Funk Brothers, Joe Hunter, Eddie Kendricks, Motown Records, Freddie King, Buddy Guy, Jimmy Dawkins, Albert Collins, Cheebacabra, Louis Vig, Chicago Transit Authority, Kid's Help Line, Hubert Sumlin, Rick James, Bootsy Collins, James Jamerson, Blood Sweat and Tears, Anne Murray, Lenny Breau, Martha Reeves, The Emotions, Jackson 5, The Regal Theater, David Clayton Thomas, Aretha Franklin, The Squeeze, Vertigo Theater, The Olive Grove, The Rose and Crown, Kitt's on 16th, The Bowness Hotel, Gary Martin, Calgary, Music